Past concerts

Past concerts in Canterbury Cathedral


2017


Vaughan Williams
A Sea Symphony

Elgar Enigma Variations

Saturday 24 June 2017 7.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society
Richard Cooke conductor
Katherine Crompton Soprano
Edward Grint Bass

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

Sponsored by Wendi and Maurice Atherton
and further supported by the
Vaughan Williams Charitable Trust

Bach Magnificat

Cantata No11 (Ascension)
Suite No3 in D

Saturday 29 April 2017 7.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society
London Handel Orchestra
Richard Cooke conductor
Zoë Brown, Sofia Larsson Soprano
David Allsopp Counter-tenor
Robin Bailey Tenor
Dominic Sedgwick Bass
CCS Youth Choir

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral
Sponsored by Sir Ronald McIntosh

 

Orff Carmina Burana

Grainger Three folk-song arrangements
Britten The Ballad of Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard
Rachmaninov Suite for two pianos

Saturday 28 January 2017 7.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society
Richard Cooke conductor
Rhiannon Llewellyn Soprano
William Morgan Tenor
Edward Grint Bass
Richard Pearce & Jonny Beatty Pianists

VENUE: Colyer-Fergusson Hall

 


2016


 

 


 

 


Verdi Requiem

Saturday 18 June 2016, 7.30pm

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir
Richard Cooke, conductor
Judith Howarth, soprano
Katie Bray, mezzo-soprano
Sam Furness, tenor
Michael Pearce, bass

 

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

Sponsored by Sir Ronald McIntosh


Handel Messiah

Saturday 12 March 2016, 7.30pm

The Hanover Band

Canterbury Choral Society
Richard Cooke, conductor
Jessica Leary, soprano
Alexander Chance, counter-tenor
Jamie MacDougall, tenor
Barnaby Rea, bass

 

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

 

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2015



Bach Mass in B minor

Saturday 31 October 2015, 7.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society
London Handel Orchestra
Conductor: Richard Cooke
Esther Brazil, mezzo-soprano
David Allsopp, counter-tenor
Robin Bailey, tenor
David Ireland, bass

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral


Mozart Mass in C minor

Haydn Insanae et Vanae Curae
Mozart Symphony No. 38 ‘Prague’

Saturday 21 March 2015, 7.30pm

Robyn Allegra Parton  soprano, Esther Brazil mezzo-soprano
William Morgan tenor, Peter Cox bass
Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir
London Handel Orchestra
Richard Cooke conductor

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

 

Sponsored by Sir Ronald McIntosh


Berlioz L'Enfance du Christ in Canterbury Cathedral

Berlioz L’Enfance du Christ
(The Childhood of Christ)

Saturday 24 January 2015, 7.30pm

Angharad Lyddon, mezzo-soprano (Marie)
Dominic Sedgwick, baritone (Joseph) Robin Bailey, tenor (Récitant)
Michael Pearce, bass (Herod and Father of the Family)
Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir
Ladies of the Crypt Choir of The King’s School
Conductor: Richard Cooke

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

 


2014


Family Christmas Carols

Family Carols 2014

Saturday 13 December 2014, 7pm

Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir
Festival Brass Group
Conductor: Richard Cooke

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral
Sponsored by Pharon Independent Financial Advisers
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Mendelssohn Elijah

Mendelssohn’s Elijah

Saturday 1 November 2014, 7.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir
Sir Willard White bass (Elijah)
Mary Bevan soprano
Catherine King mezzo-soprano
Benjamin Hulett tenor

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral


Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis

Saturday 21 June 2014, 7.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society
Sarah Fox soprano
Gaynor Keeble mezzo-soprano
Jamie MacDougall tenor
Michael Pearce bass
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

 

SPONSORED BY SIR RONALD MCINTOSH


J.S. Bach’s St. John Passion

Saturday 22 March 2014, 7.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir

Benjamin Hulett tenor
Alexander Robin Baker bass
Julia Doyle soprano
David Allsopp counter-tenor
Nicholas Sharratt tenor
Dominic Sedgwick bass
London Handel Orchestra

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral 

 

Sponsored by Pharon Independent Financial Advisers

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Handel’s Messiah

Saturday 25 January 2014, 7.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society

Lucy Hall soprano
Robin Blaze counter-tenor
Charles Daniels tenor
Andrew Rupp bass
London Handel Orchestra

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

Handel’s Messiah (Kentish Gazette, Canterbury, January 2012)
‘Evening of exceptional quality
HANDEL’S Messiah has a fair claim to be regarded as the best-known and loved piece of choral music in the English speaking world. Since 1742 this setting of texts from the King James Bible has attracted huge audiences and did so again when an enthusiastic audience heard a performance of exceptional quality by Canterbury Choral Society, their guest soloists and the London Handel Orchestra, all conducted by Richard Cooke.’ Read more…

 


2013


Family Carols 2013

Friday 13 December 2013, 7pm

Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral
Sponsored by Pharon Independent Financial Advisers
Pharon Independent Financial Advisers

 


Canterbury Festival concert:
Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem

Saturday 26 October 2013, 7.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir
Canterbury Philharmonic Orchestra
Evelina Dobracheva Soprano
Benjamin Hulett Tenor
Benjamin Appl Bass

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

October 2013 Britten’s War Requiem concert soloists in Canterbury Cathedral

 


Britten The Company of Heaven

Benjamin Britten’s The Company of Heaven
Vaughan Williams’ The Lark Ascending
Vaughan Williams’ An Oxford Elegy

Saturday 22 June 2013, 7.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Philharmonic Orchestra
Andrew Clover, Narrator
Juliet Cowan, Narrator

Juliette Roos, The Lark Ascending violinist
Juliette was a Strings Finalist in the BBC Young Musician of the Year 2012 and winner of the Walter Todds Bursary
Nazan Fikret, soprano
Bradley Smith, tenor

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

 


Brahms A German Requiem (Ein deutsches Requiem)
R. Strauss Tod und Verklärung

Saturday 27 April 2013, 7.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir
Canterbury Philharmonic Orchestra
Sofia Niklasson soprano
Charles Rice bass

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

 

This concert was generously sponsored by Sir Ronald McIntosh

 


Monteverdi ‘Vespers (1610)’

Saturday 19 January 2013,  7.30pm

Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir
Julia Doyle soprano
Kirsty Hopkins
soprano

Benjamin Hulett tenor
Nathan Vale tenor
Robert Rice bass
Robert Macdonald bass
London Handel Orchestra

VENUE: Canterbury Cathedral

Read Kentish Gazette Canterbury Monteverdi Vespers concert review »

 


2012


Family Carols

Friday 14 December 2012  |  7pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral
WORLD PREMIERE: Paul Patterson’s newly-commissioned carol ‘ECCE DIES’ (Behold the Day)
Join us to sing some of your favourite carols in the nave of the Cathedral. Also featuring Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir. Children from the nave are invited to come and sing at the front.


Canterbury Festival closing concert
Bruckner ‘Mass in F Minor’
Beethoven ‘Eroica Symphony’

Saturday 29 October 2012  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral
Conductor: Richard Cooke


Rachmaninov ‘Vespers’

Saturday 23 June 2012  |  9.30-10.45pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral
Conductor: Richard Cooke
One of the most haunting works in the history of sacred music is performed by Canterbury Choral Society in the magnificent setting of the Cathedral nave.


The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert
Mozart ‘Coronation Mass’
Handel ‘Coronation Anthems’
Handel ‘Music for the Royal Fireworks’

Saturday 24 March 2012  |  7.30  |  Canterbury Cathedral
Conductor: Richard Cooke
Soloists for the Coronation Mass: Susanna Hurrell (soprano),
Laura Kelly (mezzo-soprano), William Morgan (tenor), Benjamin Bevan (bass)
Orchestra: London Handel Orchestra
‘Rousing royal renditions in concert fit for a queen…’
Read the review by Kentish Gazette


Handel ‘Messiah’

Saturday 21 January 2012  |  7.30  |  Canterbury Cathedral
Conductor: Richard Cooke
Soloists for Handel’s Messiah: Julia Doyle (soprano), David Allsopp
(counter-tenor), Benjamin Hulett (tenor), Derek Welton (bass)
Orchestra: London Handel Orchestra
‘Evening of exceptional quality’
Read the review by Kentish Gazette

 


2011


Borodin ‘On the Steppes in Central Asia’
Rachmaninov ‘The Bells’
Prokofiev ‘Alexander Nevsky’

Canterbury Festival 11  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Elgar ‘The Kingdom’

18.06.2011  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Handel ‘Israel in Egypt’

19:03:11  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Bach ‘Christmas Oratorio (Parts 4, 5 and 6) Suite No. 3 in D’

22 january 2011  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral

Julia Doyle: soprano, David Allsopp: counter-tenor, Jon English: tenor, Benjamin Bevan: bass
London Handel Orchestra (Leader: Adrian Butterfield)
Canterbury Choral Society
Canterbury Choral Society Youth Choir (Director: Will Bersey)
Richard Cooke, Conductor

 


2010


Fauré ‘Requiem’
Beethoven ‘Symphony No. 9’

Canterbury Festival 10  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Philharmonic Orchestra
Richard Cooke (conductor)
,
Sophie Bevan (soprano),
Laura Kelly (alto),
Edward Hughes (tenor),
Michael Pearce (bass)


Elgar ‘The Dream of Gerontius’

19:06:10  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


J.S. Bach ‘St. Matthew Passion’

20:03:10  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Grainger ‘Handel in the Strand’
Tippett ‘Concerto for Double String Orchestra’
Barber ‘Adagio (Strings and Choir)’
Britten ‘St. Nicolas’

23:01:10  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral

 


2009


Haydn ‘The Creation’

Canterbury Festival 09  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral
Richard Cooke (conductor)
, Sophie Bevan (soprano), 
Harry Nicoll (tenor), 
Matthew Rose (bass)


Verdi ‘Requiem’

20:06:09  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Handel ‘Messiah’

21:03:09  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mozart ‘Requiem’

24:01:09  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral

 


2008


Berlioz ‘The Damnation of Faust’

Canterbury Festival 08  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral
‘…this was a performance to remember’
Read the review by the Financial Times


Bach ‘Mass in B Minor’

21:06:08  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Dvorak ‘Stabat Mater’

08:03:08  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral
‘…their performance of the work shortly before Easter was one of such poignancy, immediacy and excellence…’
Read the review by Church Times


Haydn ‘Insanae et Vanae Curae’
Mozart ‘Symphony No.39’
Mozart ‘Mass in C minor’

19:01:08  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral

 


2007


Elgar ‘Introduction and Allegro’
Strauss ‘Four Last Songs’
Vaughan Williams ‘Sea Symphony’

Festival 07  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Vaughan Williams ‘Toward the Unknown Region’
Elgar ‘Enigma Variations’
Britten ‘Spring Symphony’

23:06:07  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


J.S. Bach ‘St. John Passion’

24:03:07  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Vaughan Williams ‘Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis’
Poulenc ‘Gloria’
Fauré ‘Cantique de Jean Racine’
Elgar ‘The Snow’
Debussy ‘Prélude à l’après-midi d’un Faune’
Vaughan Williams ‘Fantasia on Christmas Carols’

20:01:07  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral

 


2006


Beethoven ‘Missa Solemnis’

Festival 06  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Bruckner ‘Ave Maria and Tota Pulchra Es Maria’
Dvorak ‘Serenade for Wind’
Mozart ‘Serenade for Wind in C minor’
Bruckner ‘Mass in E minor’

17:06:06  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Handel/Mozart ‘Messiah’

01:04:06  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Monteverdi ‘Vespers’

21:01:06  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Schönberg ‘A Survivor from Warsaw’
Richard Strauss ‘Tod und Verklärung’
Tippett ‘A Child of our Time’

Festival 05  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mendelssohn ‘Elijah’

18:06:05  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Sibelius ‘Symphony No. 5’
Brahms ‘Ein deutsches Requiem’

12:03:05  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Elgar ‘The Apostles’

22:01:05  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral
Elgar ‘The Apostles’ recording on CD and MP3
Also available on iTunes


Bernstein ‘Chichester Psalms’
Copland ‘Appalachian Spring’
Bartok ‘Cantata Profana’
Stravinsky ‘Firebird Suite’

Festival 04  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Holst ‘The Hymn of Jesus’
Rimsky-Korsakov ‘Scheherazade’
Walton ‘Belshazzar’s Feast’

26:06:04  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Handel ‘Israel in Egypt’

27:03:04  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Haydn ‘Nelson Mass’
Fauré ‘Requiem’

21:01:04  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Britten ‘War Requiem’
Mahler ‘Symphony No. 3’

Festival 03  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Verdi ‘Requiem’

21:06:03  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Bach ‘St Matthew Passion’

29:03:03  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Brahms ‘Schicksalslied’
Elgar ‘The Snow’
Stenhammar ‘Vårnatt’
Beethoven ‘Symphony No.9’

18:01:03  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Handel ‘Messiah’

14:12:02  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Tchaikovsky ‘Romeo and Juliet Overture’
Rachmaninov ‘The Bells’
Prokofiev ‘Alexander Nevsky’

Festival 02  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Britten ‘National Anthem’
Vaughan Williams ‘The Lark Ascending’
Vaughan Williams ‘An Oxford Elegy’
Elgar ‘Coronation Ode’

22:06:02  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Beethoven ‘Missa Solemnis’

16:03:02  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Monteverdi ‘Vespers’

19:01:02  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mussorgsky ‘Four Choruses’
Mussorgsky/Ravel ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’
Berlioz ‘Te Deum’

Festival 01  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Bach ‘Mass in B Minor’

23:06:01  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Verdi ‘Stabat Mater’
Rossini ‘Stabat Mater’
Verdi ‘Te Deum’

31:03:01  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Berlioz ‘L’Enfance du Christ’

20:01:01  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Handel ‘Messiah’

19:12:00  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mahler ‘Symphony No 2’
Holst ‘The Planets’
Francis Grier ‘Around the Curve of the World’

Festival 00  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Haydn ‘Te Deum’
Mozart ‘Flute and Harp Concerto’
Mozart ‘Mass in C minor’

24:06:00  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Strauss ‘Vier letzte Lieder’
Brahms ‘Ein deutsches Requiem’

01:04:00  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


J.S. Bach ‘Cantata 11, “Lobet Gott in seinen Reichen’
J.S. Bach ‘Cantata 65 “Sie werden aus Sabba alle kommen’
J.S. Bach ‘Cantata 147 “Herz und Mund und That und Leben’
J.S. Bach ‘Christmas Oratorio Part 6 “Herr wenn die stolzen” ‘

22:01:00  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Berlioz ‘Requiem’

31:10:99  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral
30:10:99  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Vaughan Williams ‘Five Mystical Songs’
Elgar ‘Enigma Variations’
Vaughan Williams ‘Dona Nobis Pacem’

19:06:99  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mendelssohn ‘St. Paul’

10:04:99  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Vaughan Williams ‘Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis’
Sibelius ‘Romance in C, Op.42’
Grieg ‘Two Elegaic Melodies Op.34’
Barber ‘Adagio’
Britten ‘St. Nicolas’

09:01:99  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Bach ‘Mass in B Minor’

Festival 98  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Finzi ‘For Saint Cecilia’
Rodrigo ‘Concierto de Aranjuez’
Fauré ‘Cantique de Jean Racine’
Ireland ‘Greater Love Hath No Man’
Debussy ‘Clair de Lune’
Holst ‘The Hymn of Jesus’

20:06:98  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Beethoven ‘Coriolan Overure’
Mozart ‘Ave Verum Corpus’
Schubert ‘Symphony No. 8 in B minor, “Unfinished” ‘
Mozart ‘Requiem’

21:03:98  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Bach ‘Christmas Oratorio Parts 1, 2 and 3’
Corelli ‘Concerto Grosso No. 8 “Christmas Concerto” ‘

10:01:98  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mahler ‘Symphony No.8 in E flat’

25:10:97  |  Festival
27:10:97  |  Albert Hall
08:11:97  |  Lille
09:11:97  |  Lille


Britten ‘Spring Symphony’ Elgar ‘Sea Pictures’
Wood ‘Fantasia on British Sea Songs’
Parry ‘I Was Glad’
Parry orch. Elgar ‘Jerusalem’

22:06:97  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Bach ‘St John Passion’

15:03:97  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Haydn ‘The Creation’

11:01:97  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Beethoven ‘Missa Solemnis’

Festival 96  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Verdi ‘Requiem’

15:06:96  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Dvorák ‘Stabat Mater’

23:03:96  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Bach ‘Christmas Oratorio (Parts 4, 5 and 6)’
Bach ‘Suite No. 3 in D’

13:01:96  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mussorgsky ‘Four Pieces for Chorus and Orchestra’
Beethoven ‘Symphony No. 9 in D minor’

Festival 95  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mendelssohn ‘Elijah’

17:06:95  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Bach ‘St Matthew Passion’

01:04:95  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Handel ‘Messiah (Part 1 and Hallelujah Chorus)’
Haydn ‘Nelson Mass’

03:12:94  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Elgar ‘The Dream of Gerontius’

Festival 94  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Brahms ‘Symphony No.1 in C minor’
Walton ‘Belshazzar’s Feast’

11:06:94  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Schumann ‘Symphony No.3 in E flat, the ‘Rhenish’ ‘
Brahms ‘Ein deutsches Requiem’

19:03:94  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Beethoven ‘Symphony No.3 in E flat, the ‘Eroica’ ‘
Beethoven ‘Mass in C’

04:12:93  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Berlioz ‘The Damnation of Faust’

Festival 93  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Handel ‘Coronation Anthems’
Handel ‘The Water Music’

13:06:93  |  7.30pm  |  Marlowe Theatre


Brahms ‘Schicksalslied (Song of Destiny)’
Brahms ‘Nänie’
Mozart ‘Sinfonia Concertante for Wind’
Haydn ‘Harmoniemesse’

20:03:93  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mendelssohn ‘Symphony No.3 in A minor, the ‘Scottish’ ‘
Poulenc ‘Gloria’
Vaughan Williams ‘Fantasia on Christmas Carols’

05:12:92  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Britten ‘War Requiem’

Festival 92  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Elgar ‘The Music Makers’
Vaughan Williams ‘The Lark Ascending’
Vaughan Williams ‘An Oxford Elegy’

20:06:92  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Brahms ‘Double Concerto in A minor’
Bruckner ‘Mass in F minor’

04:04:92  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mozart ‘Ave Verum’
Mozart ‘Andante for Flute and Orchestra’
Mozart ‘Symphony No. 41 in C, “Jupiter” ‘
Mozart ‘Mass in C minor’

07:12:91  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Copland ‘Fanfare for the Common Man’
Bernstein ‘Chichester Psalms’
Tippett ‘A Child of Our Time’

Festival 91  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Tchaikovsky ‘1812 Overture’
Borodin ‘Polovtsian Dances’
Rimsky-Korsakov ‘Russian Easter Festival Overture’
Rachmaninov ‘The Bells’

22:06:91  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Elgar ‘The Apostles’

16:03:91


Handel ‘Messiah’

08:12:90  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Verdi ‘Te Deum’
Elgar ‘Enigma Variations’
Janácek ‘Glagolitic Mass’

Festival 90  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Verdi ‘Requiem’

23:06:90  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Bach ‘St John Passion’

31:03:90  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Berlioz ‘L’Enfance du Christ’

02:12:89  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mendelssohn ‘Hebrides Overture’
Elgar ‘Sea Pictures’
Vaughan Williams ‘A Sea Symphony’

Festival 89  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Elgar ‘The Kingdom’

10:06:89  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Bach ‘St Matthew Passion’

04:03:89  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Vaughan Williams ‘Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis’
Elgar ‘Introduction and Allegro for Strings’
Britten ‘St. Nicolas’

03:12:88  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Fauré ‘Requiem’
Beethoven ‘Symphony No. 9 in D minor’

Festival 88  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mendelssohn ‘Elijah’

09:07:88  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Elgar ‘The Dream of Gerontius’

19:03:88  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Haydn ‘The Creation’

05:12:87  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mozart ‘Ave Verum’
Mozart ‘Symphony No. 39 in E flat’
Mozart ‘Requiem’

Festival 87  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mahler ‘Symphony No.2 in C minor, ‘Resurrection’’

11:07:87  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Strauss ‘Four Last Songs’
Brahms ‘Ein deutsches Requiem’

04:04:87  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Britten ‘War Requiem’

06:12:86  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Berlioz ‘Symphony No. 3 in C minor’
Saint-Saëns ‘Marseillaise’
Duruflé ‘Requiem’

Festival 86  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Elgar ‘Sea Pictures’
Beethoven ‘Symphony No. 9 in D minor’

12:07:86  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Mahler ‘Symphony No.8 in E flat’

15:03:86  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Elgar ‘Enigma Variations’
Tippett ‘A Child of Our Time’

07:12:85  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Verdi ‘Requiem’

Festival 85  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Verdi ‘Requiem’

13:07:85  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Bach ‘St John Passion’

23:03:85  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Handel ‘Messiah’

01:12:84  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Wagner ‘Tannhaüser Overture’
Vaughan Williams ‘Five Mystical Songs’
Walton ‘Belshazzar’s Feast’

Festival 84  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral


Brahms ‘Symphony No.1 in C minor’
Walton ‘Belshazzar’s Feast’

07:07:84  |  7.30pm  |  Canterbury Cathedral

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